Thursday, June 25, 2020


Connor Crosby

          Tadoma is defined as the a method of communication for blind individuals. It is when a

deafblind person places their hand on another individual lips and jawline. The goal is for the fingers

to pick up the speakers jaw movement and the other to pick up the speakers throat vibrations. This

seems to be a very effective way for deafblind people to communicate with others. When Tadoma

was originally created the hope was that the deaf and blind would discover proper ways to speak

by analyzing the throat vibrations and jaw movements of others.

1 comment:

  1. Connor, I find this very interesting how deaf and blind people to communicate with others. I would have never guess that throat vibrations would ever play a role with others communicating. Good post!